27th Circuit Court sentencings

October 17, 2015

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — The following were sentenced this week in 27th Circuit Court:

Felonies

Stanek

Stanek

Leon Jon Stanek, 45, of 2909 S. Lakeview Dr., Hesperia, was found guilty Aug. 31 of operating/maintaining a meth lab. He was sentenced Oct. 12 to one year in jail with credit for 130 days served; $2,008 in fines, costs and restitution; two years probation; and driver’s license suspended 30 days/restricted 150 days. Restitution of $1,750 is joint and several with Gary Landheer. One count of of operating/maintaining a meth lab was dismissed.

Flood

Flood

William Paul Flood, 50, of 1194 N. 100th Ave., Hart, was found guilty Aug. 31 of third-offense operating under the influence of liquor (OUIL). He was sentenced Oct. 12 to serve six months forthwith of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for two days served; $750 in fines and costs; and driver’s license revoked. One count of second-offense driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed.

Miller

Miller

Jordan James Miller, 31, of 56th St., Fremont, was found guilty Aug. 31 of possession of less than 25 grams of cocaine. He was sentenced Oct. 12 to serve five months forthwith of an 11-month discretionary jail term with credit for 91 days served; 18 months probation; driver’s license suspended 30 days/restricted 150 days; and $500 in fines and costs.

Misdemeanors

Emily Michelle Putz, 23, of 36 Rowley, Rochester, NY, was found guilty Nov. 17, 2014 of possession of marijuana. She was sentenced Oct. 12 to serve 10 days forthwith of a six-month discretionary jail term beginning Dec. 1; driver’s license suspended 30 days/restricted 150 days; and $500 in fines and costs. One count of delivery/manufacture of methamphetamine/ecstasy and one count of delivery of schedule 1, 2, 3 were dismissed.

Jungkwan Quinn, 23, of 46 Hillindale Ave., White Plains, NY, was found guilty Dec. 1, 2014 of use of a non-narcotic. He was sentenced Oct. 12  to serve 10 days forthwith of a six-month discretionary jail term beginning Nov. 10; driver’s license suspended 30 days/restricted 150 days; and $500 in fines and costs.

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